Nicolas Delort a freelance illustrator based in Paris, France. I’m in love with these scratch board looking ink drawings he does. You can see more of them here. Check out his blog which also has a lot of sketchbook work, and his website which seems to be older digital work.
Dustin and Jake are both wonderful cartoonists and illustrators, and I think their unique sensibilities and the passion they have for their craft make them valuable members of this little bloggy crew of ours. I look forward to seeing the kinds of treasures and insights they’ll share, and I think you should too.
Sometimes, when people ask me how useful my iPad is (meaning: compared to a laptop), I’m at a bit of a loss. How do you measure the utility of taking a ten-minute break to dip into Fotopedia’s spread on the Alhambra or to glance at the Guardian’s photo of the day? Hours of reading and writing…
“…the last original “Life in Hell” comic, Mr. Groening’s 1,669th strip, was released on June 15. Publications that run the comic can choose older “Life in Hell” material until July 13, after which its archives will be closed.”—
Syndicated cartoonist Ted Rall was quoted on Poynter.com saying:
“It’s hard to imagine how the business model that sustained alternative social-commentary and political cartooning for two decades (and is now all but dead) would have evolved had papers not discovered the power of Groening’s strip and its ability to attract readers.”